Trump-Kim Summit: Historic document signed

In a historic first, delegation level talks between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un began in Singapore on June 12, 2018. The world’s two of the most powerful leaders held a brief one-on-one meeting at the Capella Hotel in Sentosa Island before beginning with their delegation level talks.

Speaking after the one-on-one meet, US president Trump said that both the nations have a terrific relationship ahead and this historic summit would be successful. Kim said “it has not been easy to get here” and that “the old prejudices and practices worked as obstacles, but we have overcome them and we are here 13 June 2018.

The bilateral discussions were then followed by a working lunch, at the conclusion of which Trump said that he and the North Korean leader were on their way to a signing but did not say what was to be signed.

The US and North Korean leaders signed an agreement after historic talks. Trump said we’re signing a “very important document, a pretty comprehensive document. Kim said, “we had a historic meeting, we decided to leave the past behind.” Trump also invited the North Korean leader to the White House and said that they will meet many times.

US President Donald Trump had canceled the historic Singapore Summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on May 24, 2018, accusing North Korea of tremendous anger and open hostility. US President Donald Trump had canceled the historic Singapore Summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on May 24, 2018, accusing North Korea of tremendous anger and open hostility.

However, upon the announcement of cancellation, the North Korean leaders reverted saying that they were ready to meet anytime and anywhere. On May 25, 2018, Trump announced that he was open to holding the Singapore Summit with Kim Jong Un, following which the lines of communication between the United States and North Korea regarding reinstating the June 12 summit, reopened.

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